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Affordable housing makes California's Inland Empire more attractive for middle and working class families

The Other California

by Joel Kotkin and Karla López del Rio — For California’s middle and working class, an upwardly mobile future is more likely in its generally more affordable interior, the Inland Empire.
The Clash: the power divide between working class & managerial elite

A Test of Strength: Pandemics Through the Eye of Religion with Rev. John L. McCullough

In this episode of the Feudal Future podcast, hosts Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky talk with Rev. John L. McCullough about the impact of COVID on faith-based organizations and how religion will reinvent itself through this pandemic.
Can Biden Build a Better Economy?

If Biden Can’t Build a Better Economy, America is In Trouble

If Joe Biden wants his return to normalcy to be any more successful than his predecessor’s appeal to greatness, he’ll need to take on the real issues dragging red and blue America down: economic torpor, ever increasing inequality, and policies that diminish people’s prospects.

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Beyond Feudalism

Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky examine how California drifted toward feudalism, and how it can restore upward mobility for middle and working-class citizens.

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Toward More Equitable Urban Growth ReportBeyond Gentrification

This new report explores how unbalanced urban growth has exacerbated class divisions.

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